Arsenal vs Bayern Munich
As the first leg match completed with the victory of Bayern with 1-0 in the quarter finals champions league. The second match will be a advantage of Bayern as they play in their home ground.
Arsenal vs Bayern women Preview
A Caitlin Foord brace as well as goals from Stina Blackstenius, Kim Little and Frida Maanum guided the Gunners to a commanding 5-1 victory, ensuring they will go into Wednesday’s contest in a confident mood.
The Gunners are the only English team to win the Women’s Champions League, lifting the trophy in 2007 when it was known as UEFA Women’s Cup.
Since being crowned champions of Europe 16 years ago, Arsenal have reached the quarter-finals on nine occasions, winning three and losing six of those ties.
Having won five of their last six competitive home games in regulation time, Arsenal will be hopeful of producing a turnaround on Wednesday.
Bayern will travel to the English capital with a slender lead after Lea Schuller’s header proved enough to secure a first-leg victory.
The German side picked up another crucial 1-0 victory at the weekend, with Georgia Stanway scoring from the penalty spot late on to edge out title rivals Wolfsburg.
As a result of the crucial three points, Bayern moved above Wolfsburg to finish the weekend top of the Frauen-Bundesliga table.
After being knocked out by Paris Saint-Germain at the quarter-final stage last season, Bayern will be desperate to avoid another last-eight exit on Wednesday.
Alexander Straus’s side have won their last eight matches across all competitions, which will give them the confidence to protect their first-leg lead.
Arsenal injury news
Arsenal are still unable to call upon Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead, who still have a long way to go in their recoveries from anterior cruciate ligament injuries.
Steph Catley remains sidelined with a foot injury, but Jonas Eidevall is hopeful that the Australia international will return before the end of the season.
After dropping down to the bench on Saturday, Manuela Zinsberger, Laura Wienroither and Rafaelle could be recalled to the starting lineup.
Bayern Injury news
As for Bayern, Linda Dallmann underwent ankle surgery earlier this month and will miss the rest of the season, while Giulia Gwinn is also ruled out through injury.
Glodis Viggosdottir will continue to partner Saki Kumagai in central defence, and the pair will be aiming to help their side claim an eighth consecutive clean sheet.
Schuller was left out of the lineup on Saturday, but the forward will return to the starting XI for the trip to the English capital.
Arsenal vs Bayern Munich head to head stats
Last week’s meeting was the one sided competitive clash between the two sides, with Bayern they dominated Gunners on the whole match claiming a 1-0 win.
The victory extended the consecutive wins to 15 games across competitions.
Arsenal are unbeaten in seven games at home across competitions, winning six.
Bayern have kept a clean sheet in nine of their last ten competitive games, including the last seven.
Arsenal’s last seven competitive games have had goals in the opening half.
Bayern have scored at least twice in their last six road games.
Arsenal vs Bayern Munich Prediction
Bayern Munich are in good stance and they will claim to win the second leg match of the quarter finals champion league and will try to advance to the semi finals of the champions league.
The match could go either way but, it could be a draw with 1-1 goals by both clubs.